Jeff Kain Official Bio

American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jeff Kain is influenced by baroque and progressive pop as well as folk and modern rock genres. This Indie artist and producer performs all instruments and vocals on his self-produced tracks. 

Born in Mississippi, Jeff soon moved to Alaska. He attended 25 schools throughout the U.S. by the time he graduated high school – from Alaska to Wisconsin, Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Illinois, and Minnesota. 

Changing schools and cultures every few months inspired Jeff to refine his voice and songwriting craft while coping with the emotional highs and lows of being accepted in one town and sometimes not the next. “Adapting to cultural changes became a strength, and music became the avenue for me to acclimate to my new surroundings and make friends easily,” he explains. 

Jeff’s musical performance began at age four, performing Gene Vincent’s “Be-Bop-A-Lula” on a Wisconsin county fair main stage before an enthusiastic audience. Jeff went on to take the stage as a founding member and lead singer in several rock bands, and as a solo performer. A high point in Jeff’s career was sharing the stage with the legendary artist Judy Collins in New England. 

Jeff furthered his interest in the arts by training at Chicago’s The Second City Training Center Acting Conservatory Program, Player’s Workshop, and the Audition Studio.  

His travels continued as he lived, performed, and composed in New England, New York City, Nashville, the Pacific Northwest, and the Midwest. 

Jeff’s passion for music flows from assorted life experiences. His songs explore relationships and an unpredictable world through poignant lyrics, enduring melodies, warm harmonies, and engaging classic instrumentation.

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